Pedestrian Accident Compensation Claims
Pedestrians, especially children and elderly people, are the most vulnerable road users. If you have been injured as a pedestrian in a road traffic accident, or by avoiding one, you should claim for compensation.
Tollers expert lawyers provide clear, jargon-free advice on potential claims, and can give you a no-obligation assessment as to whether you have reasonable chances of success. If you do, we may be able to help on a risk free ‘No Win No Fee’ basis.
Why you should make a pedestrian accident claim
You may think that you are to blame for your accident if you stepped out into the road without looking or crossed at traffic lights which were green in favour of the traffic. That is not always the case. The law offers more protection to pedestrians and whilst you may have to accept some responsibility for the accident it is still possible to secure a reasonable amount of compensation from the driver of the vehicle that hit you.
There are many ways pedestrian accidents can happen and can be caused by motorists and cyclists. Often, this is because drivers or riders are not paying attention or are going too fast. Whatever the cause, such injuries can be serious and life-changing.
How Tollers can help you with your pedestrian accident claim
We will listen to your full story, and make sure we understand what you want to achieve by claiming. Then we explain the legal process clearly, including what we must prove for your pedestrian accident claim to be successful. Our experienced lawyers can also help you get specialist rehabilitation, and will seek an interim payment as part of the claim to help you meet your immediate needs.
Even if the vehicle that caused your injury drove off and you do not have the vehicle’s registration number, it’s still possible to make a successful claim.
Talk to Tollers
Get in touch with our Personal Injury Lawyers about a pedestrian accident claim. Throughout any claim, we will apply the expertise you deserve, to secure the best possible result for you.